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ACVIM 2013: Signs of Colic vs. Botulism

Horses with botulism often present as if they're colicking. Here is how to tell the difference.


ACVIM 2013: Comparing Human and Equine Neonates

Dr. Christine Gleason of Seattle Children's Hospital talks about the similarities between babies and foals.


ACVIM Animal Survivor Video: Q Beat an Uncommon Infection

Meet Q, a Rocky Mountain Saddle Horse that survived proliferated enteropathy.


ACVIM 2013: What is an Equine Internal Medicine Specialist?

Dr. Sarah Reuss describes the special care equine internal medicine specialists offer horses and their owners.


Using Vital Signs to Monitor Racehorses

Dr. Scott Palmer explains how vital signs are used to monitor racehorses during and after training.


Shoeing Racehorses

Dr. Scott Palmer describes some common racehorse shoeing techniques.

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Deworming Part 3: Clinical Signs of Internal Parasite Burden

Dr. Steve Sundholm shares the clinical signs a horse might exhibit when infested with worms.


Challenging Foal Case Studies

Drs. Nathan Slovis and Peter Morresey present unique medical cases involving foals.


Tying Up: A Breed-Specific Disease

Dr. Erica McKenzie of Oregon State University shares the horse breeds and diseases associated with tying up.


How To: Condition Your Horse for Summer Riding

Dr. Erica McKenzie shares how to get your horse into riding shape after a winter's rest.


Tying-Up Explained

Dr. Erica McKenzie describes the common causes of exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses.


Rest and Recovery after Three-Day Events

Recovery following completion of three-day events is different than it was when cross-country was long format.


Why Do Racehorses Wear Tongue Ties?

Dr. Scott Palmer explains why some racehorses wear tongue ties and why this equipment is important.


Red Urine Risk After Tying Up Episode

Dr. Erica McKenzie of Oregon State University shares why red urine is a concern in horses that are tying up.


Rest is Recommended When a Horse Ties Up

Dr. Erica McKenzie answers a common question. Should a horse walk or rest when tying up?


Pre-Breeding to Foaling: Mare and Stallion Care

Get ready for breeding season with one hour of healthcare information for broodmare and stallion owners.


Newborn to Maturity: Caring for the Growing Horse

Our experts will help keep you up-to-date with the latest recommendations for taking care of growing horses.


Active to Retired: Caring for the Senior Horse

Join us for a one-hour overview on the most important healthcare considerations for your senior horse.


Feeding and Fueling Racehorses

Dr. Scott Palmer describes a typical racehorse feeding regimen.

5 Things You Need to Know

5 Things You Need to Know: Senior Horse Dental Care

Dr. Dominic Dawson explains common old horse dental issues and makes recommendations for care.


Physiology of the Three-Day Event Horse

Dr. Duncan Peters describes the physiology, athleticism, and stamina of three-day event horses.


AAEP On Call Veterinarian Case Examples

Dr. Larry Bramlage, AAEP On Call Veterinarian, lists two examples of On Call communication in action.


AAEP on Call: Relaying Information in the Event of an Injury

Dr. Larry Bramlage reviews communications in the face of a racehorse injury at the Derby or Breeders' Cup.


Bandaging Racehorses' Legs

Dr. Scott Palmer describes some bandaging techniques used on horses during races.

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